Project Ability is now closed until Tuesday, January 5th. We wish all of our artists and supporters a very Merry Christmas season and a Happy New Year! We look forward to seeing you all again in 2016!
I graduated from Grays School of Art with a specialism in printmaking in 2012. I have continued to make and exhibit work as well as take part in artist’s residencies. Volunteering with project ability has been a great experience and…Read On
‘Fruit’, a photographic print by Simon McAuley, 24 x 21cm, £35 This photographic print by Simon McAuley has a dream like quality; ambiguous and intriguing. Simon has been both an artist and volunteer at Project Ability. His contributions include artist…Read On
Tonight’s the night! If you haven’t got a ticket they will be available on the door, from 7pm. The more the merrier!!
We have fantastic news! Our Walking Group will be back in 2016, thanks to a grant from the Big Lottery Fund’s Award for All! We have plenty of great walks planned for the year, so keep an eye on the…Read On
For our penultimate ‘Meet the Volunteers’ this year, let us introduce you to the fantastic Luke Shaw, who started volunteering with us after accompanying some of our Aspire artists to their visual arts workshops. “I graduated from the University of…Read On
We recently received a great message from Project Ability artist Martin Sloss‘s support worker John McInally. Martin recently produced a painting of his favourite local cafe, the famous Jaconelli’s, which he showed to the owner, James Evans. “When Martin showed …Read On
From January 2016, Project Ability will be working in partnership with pre-school care providers across Glasgow to develop and deliver a programme of inclusive early years visual arts workshops. Creative play is essential to the social, emotional and educational development…Read On
Project Ability offers a programme of five calendar month Research Residencies; February – June 2016. This opportunity is open to contemporary visual artists working in all media. Successful artists will have access to our accessible studio and fantastic workshop facilities Monday…Read On
After five years based in London I returned to live in my home city of Glasgow last year and I wanted to find a way to reconnect with my community. It was this that drew me to Project Ability and…Read On